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5 Fun Ways to Learn German with Music and Get Your Studies Stuck in Your Head


As the famous German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche said: “Without music, life would be a mistake.”

We could not agree more, and this idea has even been confirmed by science (as we shall see in the next section).

Music gets us …

59 Ready-to-use Phrases to Ace Your German Oral Exam


How would you like to sound during your German oral exam?

You probably want speech that’s as smooth as peanut butter and a demeanor that’s cool as a cucumber.

But most of us can barely seem that suave in our …

How Long Does It Take to Learn German? 4 Factors to Speed Up the Process


Ever notice how “instant” stuff is never quite as good?

You won’t catch me putting instant rice on the table.

I’ll take a fresh brewed pot of joe over instant coffee any day.

Things that take time are just better!…

How to Hear Real German Conversations, Anywhere (with English Translations!)


Why go slow when you can go fast?

It’s true on the sidewalk (get out of my way, slow walkers!) and it’s true in language learning.

If you want to learn how to have real, natural German conversations, …

5 German Kids’ Videos Your Family Can Stream Anytime


What’s a lifelong gift you can give a kid that doesn’t cost a penny?

German fluency.

Did you know that German knowledge opens doors in science, technology and academia? Or that it’s the most-spoken language in Europe after English

How to Learn German Grammar: 5 Critical Concepts to Master


When you hear the word “grammar,” you might get overwhelmed.

You might immediately think of the tons of rules (and exceptions) languages have.

You might even think that grammar is difficult or boring.

But guess what: Grammar is essential to

German Moods Snapshots: Indicative, Imperative, Subjunctive


Are you sensitive to moods?

You know, like those created by intense people, cool art or striking German architecture?

Or are you just moody by nature?

If you’re learning German, you better be!

But it’s okay if you don’t …